Cherry Hill Campground

Tamassee, South Carolina

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Overview

Open April 1 - October 31.

Cherry Hill is near the Chattooga Wild and Scenic River, and many miles of hiking trails. Site amenities include centrally-located drinking water, cooking grills, tables and lantern posts as well as a restroom with flush toilets and hot showers.

When you make a reservation, post one of the following on the clip provided at your site: a) Your confirmation letter. b) Your reservation number. c) The name of the person that the site is reserved for.

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Adventures Nearby

  • Hike to Kings Creek Falls

    The trail to Kings Creek begins behind the bulletin board in the Burrells Ford primitive campground parking lot. It is an easy .5 mile trail to the falls. The falls are only 70ft high but they are beautiful, there is an area to the side of the fal...

    0.5 miles

  • Hike to King Creek Falls

    Very nice dog-friendly and family-friendly adventure! The hike is not long at all and the end result is a beautiful 70 ft waterfall with a pooled area at the bottom!  Old logs are around for sitting on and relaxing while enjoying your lunch or sna...

    0.6 miles

  • Hike to Big Bend Falls

    The hike to Big Bend Falls begins on the Chattooga River Trail at the Burrell's Ford Campground. To get here you take Burrell's Ford Road off of SC 107. There will be a good sized gravel parking area off to the left about 3 miles down Burrell's Fo...

    6.5 miles